At Interflora, we pride ourselves on our outstanding flower delivery service but we also recognise the fact that some of our customers would like to be able to collect their beautiful floral gift and deliver it, personally, to their special someone. That’s why we’ve just launched our fantastic new Click and Collect service.
Easter marks the beginning of spring for many of us. It’s full of symbols of new life, such as baby animals, the buds on trees and, of course, the egg. We’ve rounded up some of the best Easter decoration ideas so you can make your home look bright and welcoming over the holiday weekend.
On Mother’s Day, many of us will have sent bouquets of fresh flowers to our mums to show them how much we appreciate their love and support. Fresh flowers are a wonderful way to show how much you care, but they don’t last forever. However, with these preservation techniques, you can turn your mum’s flowers Continue Reading
The Phalaenopsis or moth orchid is one of the most elegant and easy to care for indoor flowering plants. If you have just received one of these beautiful orchids as a gift then here are some straight forward tips on how to look after it.
From witches’ brews to women’s ancient make-up, from curative medicine to weapons against enemies, flower and plant poisons have been frequently used by man over the centuries. Having in mind the idea of a top 5 list of poisonous flowers, we got lost in some funny and interesting stories about flowers. This is our top Continue Reading
The results of a recent survey conducted by Interflora show that romance is well and truly alive in the UK and surprisingly men and women are more or less on the same page when it comes to their plans for this year.
The thistle is the national flower of Scotland and St Andrew’s Day is the perfect time for us to let you know a little bit about it. The term thistle covers many different types of flower, most of them in the family Asteraceae. They are characterised by prickles all over the stem and leaves and Continue Reading
Herbs are very rewarding to grow as they can add flavour to food, as well as help with ailments and illnesses. You can buy herbs in two forms at your local florist – either as a complete plant or as a cut herb. Here’s our guide to some popular varieties…
To kick off the sunflower fortnight we wanted to provide you with this comprehensive guide to sunflowers including their origins, how to grow them and lots more…. Sunflowers (helianthus annuus) are one of the brightest flowers around and to most are synonymous with summer. There are the huge flowers, of course – which grow to Continue Reading
The RHS recently did a poll for the ugliest plant species they could find so we thought we would share these with you…